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Gender and the ‘gap’ – how do we challenge perceptions and make a difference to outcomes?

February 8, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

£40.00

Children are ‘coded’ by everything – the environment, language, cultural references, and most influentially the attitudes and expectations of the people around them. This session explores how unconscious bias, gender and cultural stereotyping impacts on children’s developing sense of self, their attainment, and therefore potential. We will reflect on how developing learning environments and challenging our own assumptions can counter the many stereotypes that exist. We will consider how our perception of what ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ are like, what they are able to do and what interests them might impact on outcomes. How can all children be encouraged to access all opportunities and how can we engage families to be part of this conversation?

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Gender and the ‘gap’ – how do we challenge perceptions and make a difference to outcomes? - Monday 8th February
£ 40.00

Details

Date:
February 8, 2021
Time:
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
£40.00
Event Category:

Organiser

BEYTSA

Other

Duration
4 Hours
Facilitators
Lucy Rae
Audience
Leaders, practitioners, teachers and support staff working in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and KS1 in Primary Schools.
Dates and times
Monday 8th February. 1:00pm - 5:00pm

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Parking
St. Pauls Children's Centre: There is no on-site parking but parking is available on the road for £1 an hour for a maximum of 3 hours, or in Cabot Circus which is 5-minute walk from the St. Pauls Children's Centre.